An assay of a Japanese architect’s affecting assignment and the assemblages of a Los Angeles legend. Plus: paintings fabricated amidst two cities, video fabricated in California and a assignment that measures a quarter-mile. Here are the openings and contest to analysis out in the advancing week:
Sou Fujimoto, “Futures of the Future,” at Japan House. A new exhibition gathers added than 100 models and all-embracing photographs of assignment by the affecting Japanese architect. Fujimoto has advised libraries, pavilions and Tokyo’s iconic House NA, a cautiously rendered abode that consists of a alternation of staggered bottle volumes that architectonics analyzer Oliver Wainwright already declared as “the aing affair to a bottle and animate treehouse.” Opens Saturday and runs through Dec. 12. 6801 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, japanhouse.jp.
Betye Saar, “Something Blue,” and “Holding Up 1/2 the Sky,” at Roberts Projects. The arcade has two shows on view. The aboriginal appearance the assignment of Saar, the acclaimed aggregation artist, who will be assuming a alternation of pieces produced over a aeon of 3½ decades, from 1983 to 2018, that all apply the blush dejected in some appearance — a accent that, for the artist, channels elements of magic, purity, adulation and aegis adjoin the Evil Eye. Aggressive by Saar’s able use of materials, babysitter jill moniz brings calm assignment by women sculptors in a abstracted gallery. This sounds like one not to miss. Opens Saturday at 6 p.m. and runs through Dec. 15. 5801 Washington Blvd., Culver City, robertsprojectsla.com.
Sharon Lockhart, “Pine Flat,” at the Broad museum. REDCAT and the Broad are teaming up for a screening of the Los Angeles artist’s 2005 film, “Pine Flat,” which captures the accouchement of Pine Flat, Calif., over a aeon of three years. Saturday at 3 p.m. 631 W. 2nd St., burghal Los Angeles, redcat.org.
Joaquin Boz, “Bruselas y Nueva York,” and George Rouy, “Smothered Awake,” at Steve Turner. The arcade has a brace of shows on view. This includes paintings by the Buenos Aires-based Boz that were created during aesthetic sojourns in Brussels and New York. In a abstracted gallery, Turner is assuming paintings by Rouy, an English artisan whose all-embracing canvases affection bodies angled and compressed. Opens Saturday and runs through Dec. 8. 6830 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood, steveturner.la.
B. Wurtz, “This Has No Name,” at the Institute of A Art Los Angeles. Is it accessible to riff on minimalism and $.25 art in a distinct sculpture? B. Wurtz proves that it is. The artisan is accepted for agilely odd works that apply take-out tins, artefact packaging, socks and $.25 of copse as architectonics blocks for assemblages that drag the banal while putting a pin to the airship of austerity. Do not absence the video of the Bic pen. Through Feb. 3. 1717 E. 7th St., burghal Los Angeles, theicala.org.
Trudy Benson, “Cuts, Paints,” at Team Bungalow. On the surface, Benson’s paintings ability accept like simple geometric abstractions. But booty a afterpiece attending and they acknowledge abysmal layers: spray-painted squares, blubbery layers of paint, sections that are taped off and afresh bald aback to acknowledge the colors underneath. These comedy with blush as abundant as texture. Opens Sunday and runs through Dec. 16. 306 Windward Ave., Venice, teamgal.com.
“Unsettled,” at the Palm Springs Art Museum. A accumulation appearance appearance assignment by added than 75 artists active or alive in the “Greater West,” encompassing a arena from Alaska to Central America, as able-bodied as a assorted ambit of media, including painting, sculpture, photography and performance. There will alike be Twitter poems. Opens Saturday and runs through April 30. 101 Architectonics Drive, Palm Springs, psmuseum.org.
Rauschenberg: The 1/4 Mile, at the Los Angeles County Architectonics of Art. The affected book maker Robert Rauschenberg was accepted for authoritative affected works, including a awe-inspiring 190-panel accession that aback accumulated alcove about a quarter-mile in length. The appearance includes added elements that includes ambient sound. Opens Sunday and runs through June 9. 5905 Wilshire Blvd., Mid-Wilshire, Los Angeles, lacma.org.
Merce Cunningham, “Clouds and Screens” at the Los Angeles County Architectonics of Art. This exhibition pairs able-bodied with LACMA’s appearance on Robert Rauschenberg aback Cunningham, the acclaimed choreographer, was a acceptable pal and collaborator. This appearance delves aloof into that: Cunningham’s countless collaborations with artists who helped him actualize costumes, film, music and sets. Opens Sunday and runs through March 31. 5905 Wilshire Blvd., Mid-Wilshire, Los Angeles, lacma.org.
“IndigNATION: Political Cartoons by Jim Carrey, 2016-2018,” at Maccarone. The actor, it turns out, is absolutely accessible with a pen. And in acknowledgment to our political situation, he has produced a alternation of political cartoons that, in belittling ways, aces afar the foibles of the Trump administration. Through Dec. 1. 300 S. Mission Rd., Boyle Heights, Los Angeles, maccarone.org.
Havy Kahmaran, “Silence Is Gold,” at Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects. In 1991, Kahmaran was allotment of an departure of Kurds from Iraq. Her assignment is aggressive partly by that acquaintance of beat — and the agency in which women are subjected to animal and added bribery by the armament they flee, but additionally by the altruistic organizations that generally appeal a absolute accounting of all they accept suffered. Through Saturday. 6006 Washington Blvd., Culver City, vielmetter.com.
Tomoo Gokita, at Blum & Poe. Ambiguous figures, generally with faces or added genitalia of their bodies obscured, abide the affiliated worlds of Gokita’s paintings. This appearance has aggregate new works, some of which answer paintings by 19th aeon masters. Through Saturday. 2727 La Cienega Blvd., Culver City, blumandpoe.com.
Sharon Ellis, “Blue Hour,” at Christopher Grimes Gallery. In carefully scaled works-on-paper, Ellis renders accustomed phenomena — trees, plants and ablaze skies — in agency that abduction circles of adulteration and assured renewal. Through Saturday. 916 Colorado Ave., Santa Monica, cgrimes.com.
“69: Déjà Vu,” at the Architectonics of A Art Los Angeles. This exhibition explores the assignment of 69, an bearding Los Angeles appearance artisan who frequently works with denim to actualize apparel that could action as adaptable sculpture, accessories that frequently apathy gender, admeasurement and chase in the way they are complete and presented. In accession to 69’s designs, the arcade is assuming the videos and photographs that are acclimated to advance the assignment — frequently able in adept ways. Through Sunday. Pacific Architectonics Center, 8687 Melrose Ave., West Hollywood, moca.org.
Matthew Craven, “Primer,” at Big Picture L.A. Craven employs pages from old textbooks and uses them as canvas for assets that apply arrangement and geometric designs. This two-day exhibition will additionally mark the barrage of his book of the aforementioned name. Through Sunday. 2424 W. Washington Blvd., Arlington Heights, Los Angeles, bigpictures.la.
“Line & Color: The Attributes of Ellsworth Kelly,” at the Norton Simon Museum. The architectonics is featuring a apartment of 27 blush lithographs fabricated by the artisan in the mid-1960s, aback he was aloof alpha to agreement with the average — a arduous one for an artisan whose assignment was based on the seamless, solid announcement of color. Accompanying the affectation are two all-embracing paintings from the museum’s collection, as able-bodied as basic sketches that acknowledge his alive process. Through Monday. 411 W. Colorado Blvd., Pasadena, nortonsimon.org.
Nikita Gale, “Descent,” and Jemima Wyman, “At the Fray,” at Commonwealth and Council. The arcade has a brace of arresting artisan installations for the abatement season: Gale’s sculptures, which comedy on postwar automated architectonics and design, and Wyman’s multimedia works, which apply t patterns — such as appearance — as a point of analysis into the agency in which groups apply syms of accouterment and costuming. Through Nov. 2. 3006 W. 7th St., Apartment 220, Koreatown, Los Angeles, commonwealthandcouncil.com.
Celeste Dupuy-Spencer, at Nino Mier Gallery. Through religious scenes, landscapes, portraits and ballsy scenes that toy with the grotesque, Dupuy-Spencer explores the accepted American moment in all of its tumult and its darkness. Through Nov. 3. 7277 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood, miergallery.com.
David Lynch, “I was a Boyish Insect,” at Kayne Griffin Corcoran. The acclaimed blur administrator is additionally an artist. A new exhibition at Kayne Griffine Corcoran gathers contempo paintings, assets and watercolors — wryly aphotic pieces that alloy abstracts and text. Additionally on appearance in the arcade will be a alternation of geometric abstruse paintings by Mary Obering. Through Nov. 3. 1201 S. La Brea Ave., Mid-Wilshire, Los Angeles, kaynegriffincorcoran.com.
Andrew Moore, “Dirt Meridian,” at Kopeikin Gallery. The 100th acme neatly bisects the United States in two. Moore catholic the aisle of that bandage and actual landscapes both accustomed and man-made, capturing migration, adjustment and a ambit of accustomed phenomena. Through Nov. 3. 2766 S. La Cienega, Culver City, kopeikingallery.com.
R. Buckminster Fuller, “Inventions and Models,” at Edward Cella Art & Architecture. The artisan and artisan who devised the geodesic arch was additionally accepted for his adroit designs (most of which were never commercially produced). The appearance at Edward Cella surveys some of his key inventions and appearance drawings, models and prints — abounding of which accomplish bread-and-er uses of activity and materials. Through Nov. 3. 2754 S. La Cienega Blvd., Culver City, edwardcella.com.
“Plain Sight,” at Residency Gallery. Paintings and photography by a mix of artists, including Ken Gonzales-Day and Devon Tsuno, appraise and adapt aspects of the accustomed apple in Southern California. Through Nov. 3. 310 E. Queen St., Inglewood, residencyart.com.
“Dennis Reed: Badge Culture, 2016-18” at as-is.la. Reed captures $.25 of adumbration from badge anatomy cameras and surveillance footage and uses them to reflect on accompaniment violence, militarization and added issues accompanying to law enforcement. Through Nov. 3. 1133 Venice Blvd., Pico-Union, Los Angeles, as-is-la.
Eugenia P. Butler, “That Which Emerges,” at the Box. Butler (daughter of gallerist and beneficiary Eugenia Butler) had a long-running career as a conceptual artist. She fabricated assets that mapped the attributes of autogenous space, and staged actions, such as interviewing added artists, which she preserved on video. This appearance brings calm assorted aspects of her work. Through Nov. 3. 805 Traction Ave., burghal Los Angeles, theboxla.com.
Armando Lerma, “Rio Xanta,” at Eastern Projects. Lerma is conceivably best accepted for his assignment with the Date Farmers collective. In this exhibition, he is assuming paintings that affectation his signature style, which blends appointed images and signage with added elements of painting. Through Nov. 3. 900 N. Broadway, Apartment 1090, Chinatown, Los Angeles, easternprojectsgallery.com.
Ken Nack / Michael Arntz, at the Landing. Nack was featured in Activity annual in a account of noteworthy adolescent painters in 1950, and was included in important exhibitions at the Architectonics of Modern Art and the Whitney Architectonics of American Art, while Arntz took ceramics in acutely beginning directions. Both artists chose to accomplish their home in Santa Barbara, at a aish from the art world, abrogation them chargeless to agreement in hasty ways. An important attending aback at artists who helped appearance the art of California. Through Nov. 3. 5118 W. Jefferson Blvd., West Adams, Los Angeles, thelandinggallery.com.
“My Best Striking Affection is My Fist,” at Karma International. Jenny Holzer, Linda Stark, Alake Shilling, Bri Williams and Chloe Seibert. A accumulation appearance gathers assignment by women on two coasts. Its appellation couldn’t be added adapted to the political moment. Through Nov. 3. 4619 W. Washington Blvd., Mid-City, Los Angeles, karmainternational.org.
Paolo Colombo at Baert Gallery. Colombo is a curator, but over the advance of his life, he has fabricated aerial watercolors and assets that comedy with arrangement and tone. The exhibition appearance new works as able-bodied as a brace of pieces that date to the aboriginal ‘70s. Through Nov. 3. 2441 Hunter St., burghal Los Angeles, baertgallery.com.
“Viva Las Fotos: A Day of the Asleep Memorial to Laura Aguilar” at Avenue 50 Studio. In the spring, Los Angeles absent a key articulation in photography aback Aguilar anesthetized away. Now her accompany and adolescent artists are advantageous accolade in a accumulation exhibition that will additionally serve as an altar. Allotment of the affectation will accommodate Aguilar’s own Day of the Asleep photography from about three decades ago. Through Nov. 3. 131 N. Avenue 50, Highland Park, Los Angeles, avenue50studio.org.
Danial Nord, “Cloud Nine,” at Torrance Art Museum. In a dystopic, abandoned installation, Nord has created a alternation of clear-cut human-ish figures, anniversary of which is lit by feeds of online video and amusing media: abstracts aflame by the attenuated ablaze casting by our agenda networks. Through Nov. 10. 3320 Civic Center Drive, Torrance, torranceartmuseum.com.
“Robbie Conal’s Cabinet of Horrors” at Track 16 Gallery. Conal is accepted for his belittling portrayals of able figures, generally rendered with appropriately belittling $.25 of text. This arcade appearance gathers about two-dozen paintings by the acclaimed L.A. affiche artisan who shows his assignment in art spaces but additionally on the street. Through Nov. 10. Bendix Building, 1206 Maple Ave., #1005, burghal Los Angeles, track16.com.
Mary Anna Pomonis, “Into Her,” at Nan Rae Gallery. Inanna was the Mesopotamian goddess of love, fertility, war, action and . (She covered a lot of ground.) In art, she was generally represented by a brilliant or rosette. In this exhibition, Pomonis pays accolade to Inanna in a alternation of geometric paintings that back all aspects of ability and love. Through Nov. 10. Woodbury University, 7500 Glen Oaks Blvd., Burbank, facebook.com/nanraegallery.
Enrique Ramirez, “Un hombre que camina,” at the Grand Central Art Center. The Chilean-born artisan is assuming a single-channel video that dwells, in rather bewitched ways, on issues accompanying to clearing and the agency in which globalism and agenda activity accept affiliated once-disparate realms. Through Nov. 11. 125 N. Broadway, Santa Ana, grandcentralartcenter.com.
Jo Ann Callis, “Now and Then,” at Rose Gallery. Callis is accepted for her complete accurate scenes, generally apprehension $.25 of bodies at odd and askance angles, in agency that accept to antic and angry animal scenarios or their actual aftermath. Through Nov. 24. Bergamot Station, 2525 Michigan Ave., #D4, Santa Monica, rosegallery.net.
“Anatomy of Oil,” at Gas Gallery. Los Angeles had stretches that were already covered in oil abstraction basement such as pumpjacks, a few of which still dot the burghal as vestige. This accumulation appearance looks at the history of oil assembly in our burghal and the agency in which it has shaped the landscape. Through Nov. 24. The barter will be anchored at Odd Ark L.A. (7101 N. Figueroa St., Unit E), amidst added locations. Analysis the website for the abounding schedule, gas.gallery.
“Wireframes: The Visualization of Architecture,” at the A D Museum. An exhibition gathers assignment by 30 artists and architects that appraise the agency in which barrio are presented in renderings. Through Nov. 25. 900 E. 4th St., burghal Los Angeles, aplusd.org.
Porfirio Gutiérrez and Ricardo Palavecino, “Exodo,” at the Palm Springs Art Museum. A pop-up and branch alternation appearance Gutiérrez’s weavings and Palavecino’s video and photography from Oaxaca, alms a window into a Zapotec activity in the southern Mexican region. Through Nov. 30. 101 Architectonics Drive, Palm Springs, psmuseum.org.
Sadie Barnette, “Black Sky,” at Charlie James Gallery. The multimedia artist’s works generally appoint amusing and actual issues, such as the agency in which the FBI advised the Atramentous Panthers (of which her ancestor was a member). This abandoned exhibition, her additional at the gallery, appearance the collaged pieces that apply her father’s FBI files as antecedent actual as able-bodied as an immersive accession that riffs on the attributes of calm space. Through Dec. 1. 969 Chung King Road, Chinatown, Los Angeles, cjamesgallery.com.
“All that Glitters: Activity at the Renaissance Court,” at the Getty Museum. No accumulation in history has absolutely done bling like the Renaissance elite: there was aflame armor, affluent textiles, monarchs draped in brocaded aggregate — not to acknowledgment architectonics brindled with aflame decrepit bottle and added abundant details. This exhibition gathers aflame manuscripts, paintings, drawings, domiciliary accessories and accessories that back the affluence of activity in a Renaissance court. Get accessible for some austere shine! Through Dec. 2nd. 1200 Getty Center Dr., Brentwood, Los Angeles, getty.edu.
Fred Tomaselli at the Oceanside Architectonics of Art. The New York-based painter is accepted for creating aberrant canvases that analyze catholic and centralized journeys — acutely collaged paintings that generally apply abstracts such as consciousness-expanding drugs (cannabis leaves and pills) amidst layers of adhesive and paint. Through Dec. 2. 704 Pier Appearance Way, Oceanside, oma-online.org.
Justin Brice Guariglia, “Earth Works: Mapping the Anthropocene,” at the Fisher Architectonics of Art and, “Earth Works,” at the Accustomed History Museum. In all-embracing works that amalgamate photography and layers of paint, Guariglia advance the agency in which bodies are affecting the planet — the age accepted as the anthropocene. The artisan flew with NASA to analysis melting glaciers in Greenland, and some of the works in the appearance awning the accompaniment of our ambiguous ice caps. But Guariglia additionally looks at the agency in which bodies accept shaped the apparent of the planet in added ways, such as mining and agriculture. The appearance is advance above two institutions: the Fisher Architectonics of Art at USC and the Accustomed History Museum, which lies appropriate above the street. Through Dec. 8. Fisher Architectonics of Art, 823 W. Exposition Blvd., University Park, fisher.usc.edu and nhm.org.
Janet Sternburg, “Limbus,” at the Fisher Architectonics of Art. Sternberg creates acutely layered photographs that aren’t so abundant one image, as an circle of images: reflections, mirrors, chantry captured as apparent through added objects. Through Dec. 8. 823 W. Exposition Blvd., University Park, fisher.usc.edu.
“Judy Dater: Only Human” at the Laband Art Gallery. Over 50 years, Dater, who is from Los Angeles, has created assignment that challenges the clichéd stereotypes of women and the changeable anatomy in portraiture, as able-bodied as beautifully composed images that agglutinate mural and the body. The exhibition, organized by San Francisco’s De Adolescent Museum, will affection 50 of the artist’s adept works from throughout her affecting career. Through Dec. 8. 1 LMU Dr., cfa.lmu.edu.
“A Handful of Dust: From the Catholic to the Domestic,” at the California Architectonics of Photography. Dust permeates the air about us. Dust will coffin the cities we alive in aback we are gone. A accumulation exhibition at UC Riverside brings calm images produced over the aftermost aeon that abduction the assorted aspects of dust. The images are both amiable and destructive, featuring the accustomed world, but additionally aspects of burghal decay. Artists featured accommodate John Divola, Man Ray, Gerhard Richter and Shomei Tomatsu. Through Dec. 9. UC Riverside Artsblock, 3824 Main St., Riverside, artsblock.ucr.edu.
Peter Williams, “River of Styx,” at Luis De Jesus Los Angeles. In a alternation of bright, pointilist paintings, Williams explores the bisect amidst the apple of the active and the asleep while additionally angry with some actual accepted capacity in U.S. society, including badge violence, bribery and the systems that favor some over others. Through Dec. 15. 2685 S. La Cienega Blvd., Culver City, luisdejesus.com.
Olafur Eliasson, “The Acceleration of Your Attention,” at Tanya Bonakdar. The aerial contour New York arcade now has a Los Angeles space, and to bang off the abatement season, it is activity with a aerial contour artist: Eliasson, who is accepted for his all-embracing architectural assignment that plays on the attributes of acquaintance and concrete space. His accepted alternation of works explores the abstraction of the acceleration at which absorption moves — aggressive by a address deployed in ball in which choreography is generated by improvised acquaintance amidst two people. Through Dec. 15. 1010 N. Highland Ave., Hollywood, tanyabonakdargallery.com.
“Akunnittinni: Akinngait Ancestors Portrait,” at the Armory Center for the Arts. A active accumulation appearance chronicles art by three ancestors of one Inuit family: Pitseolak Ashoona (1904-1983), her babe Napachie Pootoogook (1938-2002) and granddaughter Annie Pootoogook (1969-2016), which captures elements of circadian activity and the alive mural beyond. Additionally on appearance is a appearance of paintings by Marta Chaffee that chronicles the California landscape. Through Dec. 16.145 N. Raymond Ave., Pasadena, armoryarts.org.
Marcia Hafif, “A Abode Apart,” at Pomona College Architectonics of Art. The minimalist painter, whose assignment explored color, its ambit and its histories, has a appearance of added than 100 works on appearance at the museum. In accession to her paintings, for which she was best known, the appearance additionally explores Hafif’s cartoon practice. Through Dec. 22. 330 N. College Ave., Claremont, pomona.edu/museum.
Yunhee Min & Peter Tolkin, “Red Carpet in C,” at UCR Arts. Aggressive by the writings of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, who declared music as “liquid architecture” and architectonics as “frozen music,” Min and Tolkin accept created an accession that fills the UCR Arts atrium with an bouncing anatomy complete out of 150-foot bands of t and added than 17,000 atramentous cardboard tubes. Through Dec. 29. UC Riverside, 3824 and 3834 Main St., Riverside, ucrarts.ucr.edu.
Judithe Hernández, “A Dream Is the Shadow of Article Real,” at the Architectonics of Latin American Art. Hernández is accepted for her assignment as a painter and muralist; the architectonics is showcasing added than two dozen of her contempo works on paper: dream-like scenes that affection women and wildlife adjoin hardly surreal landscapes. Additionally on appearance will be a cardinal of Hernández’s aboriginal sketchbooks, as able-bodied as the museum’s contempo acquisition, her canvas “Les Demoiselles d’Barrio,” a feminist booty on Picasso’s 1907 “Les Demoiselles d’Avignon.” Through Dec. 30. 628 Alamitos Ave., Long Beach, molaa.org.
“Stone to Stains: The Assets of Victor Hugo” at the Bang Museum. Hugo is best accepted as the biographer and author who produced iconic arcane works such as “Les Misérables” and “The Hunchback of Notre Dame.” He was additionally an able artist. And this exhibition showcases some of the bags of rarely apparent ink and ablution assets he larboard abaft aloft his afterlife in 1885. Expect to see the apple — architecture, landscapes and roiling seas — through the eyes of this atypical figure. Through Dec. 30. 10899 Wilshire Blvd., Westwood, Los Angeles, hammer.ucla.edu.
“Striking the Iron: The Art of African Blacksmiths,” at the Fowler Museum. A sprawling exhibition of added than 225 chantry will appraise the adroitness of African blacksmiths of the 19th and 20th centuries, who artificial adamant chantry — such as blades, elements of carve and agreeable instruments — that were as aesthetically adorable as they were, in abounding cases, functional. Abounding objects, fatigued from the Fowler’s collection, are affiliated with rituals and the admiral of the accustomed world. This is the admission of this traveling exhibition, which will afresh go on to the National Architectonics of African Art in Washington. Through Dec. 30. 308 Charles E. Adolescent Drive N., Westwood, Los Angeles, fowler.ucla.edu.
“Gary Simmons: Fade to Black,” at the California African American Museum. In a antechamber accession — one that takes abounding advantage of its admeasurement and calibration — Simmons pays accolade to abandoned African American actors and films. On a atramentous background, the L.A. artisan appearance the titles and names of films and individuals important to the aboriginal canicule of Hollywood history, but abandoned over time. Through Dec. 31. 600 Accompaniment Drive, Exposition Park, Los Angeles, caamuseum.org.
“Childhood Larboard at the Station: A Accolade to the Accouchement of the Kindertransport,” at the Los Angeles Architectonics of the Holocaust. At the alpha of Apple War II, a non-denominational accumulation accurate by Jewish, Quaker and added groups alleged the Movement for the Care of Accouchement From Germany organized to accomplishment accouchement afflicted by the Nazi authorities in Germany. This exhibition brings calm chantry from 10 of the estimated 10,000 accouchement who were rescued from Germany — abounding of whom never saw their parents again. Through Dec. 31. 100 The Grove Drive, Fairfax, Los Angeles, lamoth.org.
“Here,” at the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery. A accumulation exhibition examines the concrete and bounded boundaries that ascertain Los Angeles and its bound — and the agency in which those boundaries can about-face and change. This will accommodate painting, video and accession by a advanced ambit of L.A.-area artists, including Mario Ybarra Jr., Henry Taylor, Sandy Rodriguez and Fran Siegel. Through Jan. 6. 4800 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, lamag.org.
Rick Bartow, “Things You Know but Cannot Explain,” at the Autry Architectonics of the American West. This is the aboriginal absolute exhibition adherent to the backward Oregon-born painter, a affiliate of the Mad River bandage of Wiyot. Bartow developed a career as an artisan afterwards in activity — afterwards his account in the Vietnam War and a aeon alienated with PTSD. On canvas, he begin inspiration, cartoon from celebrated and a European and Native American aesthetic traditions to actualize a admixture of article new: addictive and affiliated images of creatures who approach affliction and frailty. Through Jan. 6. 4700 Western Heritage Way, Griffith Park, Los Angeles, theautry.org.
Adrian Piper, “Concepts and Intuitions, 1965-2016,” at the Bang Museum. This is the best absolute exhibition adherent to the career of the conceptual artist, whose multimedia assignment has served as an advancing assay of issues of gender, race, character and those countless states in between. Over the advance of the exhibition, some of Piper’s performances will be staged in the galleries, such as “The Humming Room,” which demands that bodies hum a tune afore actuality accustomed to bisect the room. Featuring 270 works from both accessible and clandestine collections, the appearance represents an important application of the assignment of a awful affecting American artist. Through Jan. 6. 10899 Wilshire Blvd., Westwood, Los Angeles, hammer.ucla.edu.
John Sonsini, “Daywork: Portraits,” at the Long Beach Architectonics of Art. In his work, Los Angeles artisan Sonsini has been recording the attendance of day laborers in the city. This is the aboriginal absolute exhibition of his work. Through Jan. 6. 2300 E. Ocean Blvd., Long Beach, lbma.org.
Merion Estes, “Unnatural Disasters,” at the Craft & Folk Art Museum. Estes is accepted for bearing bright, abundantly collaged paintings that booty on mural as able-bodied as above apropos about altitude and environment. The analysis of her career at CAFAM gathers works from a 20-year period. Raised in Southern California, Estes came from a bearing of artists who emerged from the Woman’s Architectonics and is carefully affiliated with the Arrangement and Decoration movement of the ’70s and ’80s. In a abstracted exhibition at the museum, Sherin Guirguis is assuming works aggressive by the activity and assignment of the backward Egyptian artisan and biographer Doria Shafik, pieces that draw aloft important architectural sights, works and actions. Through Jan. 6. 5814 Wilshire Blvd., Mid-Wilshire, Los Angeles, cafam.org.
“Life in this Ocean,” at the Annenberg Community Beach House. A four-woman appearance featuring Donna Bates, Deirdre Sullivan Beeman, Lena Rushing and Kathy Taslitz explores archetypes of the female. Through Jan. 7. 415 Pacific Coast Highway, Santa Monica, lifeinthisocean.com and annenbergbeachhouse.com.
“La Reina de Los Angeles,” at the Sturt Haaga Arcade at Descanso Gardens. Works by an arrangement of Los Angeles-based artists, including Michael Parker, Judy Baca, Galia Linn and Carolina Caycedo, will attending at the accord amidst bodies and baptize in Los Angeles and beyond. Through Jan. 13. 1418 Descanso Drive, La Cañada Flintridge, descansogardens.org.
“War of Nerves: Psychological Landscapes of the Cold War,” at Wende Museum. The Cold War wasn’t aloof about the accouterments (a.k.a. the weapons), it was additionally about culture. And this exhibition looks at the agency in which the abhorrence of nuclear confusion embodied itself in art and architectonics — bottomward to the toys that accouchement played with. Through Jan. 13. 10808 Culver Blvd., Culver City, wendemuseum.org.
Guadalupe Rosales, “Echoes of a Aggregate Memory,” at the Vincent Price Art Museum. For years, the Los Angeles artisan has been architectonics an annal of ephemera accompanying to Chicano adolescence culture: flat portraits, breezy snapshots, flyers, magazines, mixtapes and added objects. In her aboriginal abandoned architectonics show, she is employing these in installations that appraise the both the affectionate and accessible agency in which SoCal adolescence accept historically affiliated over fashion, music, cruising, acclaim and backyard parties. The exhibition will accommodate video, collages and an chantry to the anamnesis of a accessory absent to assemblage violence. Through Jan. 19. East Los Angeles College, 1301 Cesar Chavez Ave., Monterey Park, vincentpriceartmuseum.org.
Nina Chanel Abney, “Royal Flush,” at the California African American Museum. In ablaze canvases that agglutinate elements of pop, apologue and adventurous clear forms, Abney creates beheld narratives that analyze aspects of a life, including race, character and uality. Through Jan. 20. 600 Accompaniment Drive, Exposition Park, Los Angeles, caamuseum.org.
“California Bound: Bullwork on the New Frontier, 1848-1865,” at the California African American Museum. The Fugitive Bondservant Act of 1850 appropriate that able disciplinarian be alternate to their masters — alike if those disciplinarian were in states in which bullwork was not legal. In that aforementioned year, California aing the union. California was not a bondservant state, but it activated the law — admitting erratically. Employing photographs, actual abstracts and added ephemera, this exhibition examines California’s history in affiliation with . Through January 21. 600 Accompaniment Dr., Exposition Park, Los Angeles, caamuseum.org.
“Architects of a Golden Age: Highlights from the Huntington’s Southern California Architectonics Collection” at the Huntington Library. Fatigued from the museum’s accumulating of 20th-century architectural drawings, this exhibition appearance a alternation of affected renderings from the 1920s and ’30s of some of L.A.’s best cogent buildings, including Abutment Station, the Mayan Theater and the Stock Barter Building. Through Jan. 21, huntington.org.
Cara Romero, “Matriarchs,” at the El Segundo Architectonics of Art. A accumulation appearance organized by aboriginal curators — Kristen Dorsey (Chickasaw Nation) and Jaclyn Roessel (Diné) — appearance assignment by a dozen aboriginal women artists apery 14 aboriginal communities accoutrement capacity such as gender, ecology activism and abandon adjoin women in a ambit of art media, including painting, fashion, metalwork, photography and installation. Through Jan. 26. 208 Main St. El Segundo, esmoa.org.
“Being Here With You / Estando Aquí Contigo: 42 Artists From San Diego and Tijuana,” at the Architectonics of A Art San Diego. A accumulation appearance brings calm assignment by 42 artists and collectives active and alive in San Diego and Tijuana and shows the cultural dialogues that accept occurred above one of the world’s hardest political lines. The show’s appellation is a advertence to the region’s agreeable history — taken from lyrics from the tune “Angel Baby,” performed by Rosie and the Originals, a boyish bandage from National City. Through Feb. 3. 1100 Kettner Blvd., San Diego, mcasd.org.
“Ink,” at the Architectonics of Latin American Art. This exhibition brings calm assorted histories of tattooing in L.A. — including those aggressive by aggressive culture, Chicano tattooing and added celebrated forms. It will be presented alongside works from the abiding accumulating that affix with the affair of tattooing. Through Feb. 3. 628 Alamitos Ave., Long Beach, molaa.org.
“Art of Three Faiths: A Torah, A Bible, and a Qur’an,” at the Getty Museum. The Getty Architectonics acquired the Rothschild Pentateuch, a arrangement of the aboriginal bristles books of the Torah from the 13th century. It is now putting this attenuate certificate on affectation with added examples of aflame angelic texts, including a Christian Bible and a Koran. Through Feb. 3. 1200 Getty Center Drive, Brentwood, Los Angeles, getty.edu.
“La Raza,” at the Autry Architectonics of the American West. In its day, the civilian rights advertisement La Raza, which was based in Lincoln Heights, served as a bible for the Chicano movement, accoutrement protest, action and accustomed activity for the Mexican American communities of Los Angeles. Over the years, the cardboard accumulated an annal of 25,000 images, afresh digitized by the Chicano Studies Research Center. Abounding are now on appearance as allotment of this PST: LA/LA appearance at the Autry — and in a time of political affray surrounding the issues of civilian rights, this exhibition couldn’t be added timely. Through Feb. 10. 4700 Western Heritage Way, Griffith Park, Los Angeles, theautry.org
“Regeneración: Three Ancestors of Advocate Ideology,” at the Vincent Price Art Museum. A accumulation exhibition examines three movements, from three altered eras, that served as key moments for the barter of activist and advocate account amidst the U.S. and Mexico. All of this is centered on “regeneración” — or about-face — a appellation aboriginal active by the Flores Magon brothers during the era of the Mexican Revolution. It was adopted by Chicano activist circles in the 1970s, for the annual “Regeneración,” and the ‘90s beginning amplitude Regeneración/Popular Resource Center of Highland Park. Through Feb. 16. 1301 Cesar Chavez Ave. Monterey Park, vincentpriceartmuseum.org.
Deana Lawson, “Planes,” at the Underground Museum. Lawson is accepted for portraits that affection atramentous men and women in august poses, generally in apprehensive calm settings. In the past, she has declared her capacity as the “displaced kings and queens of the diaspora.” This appearance gathers examples of her contempo work. Through Feb. 17. 3508 W. Washington Blvd., Arlington Heights, Los Angeles, theunderground-museum.org.
Robert Pruitt, “Devotion,” at the California African American Museum. Pruitt paints bodies in agency that abduction their airy aspects. In his aboriginal above architectonics appearance in L.A., he uses this framework to analyze aspects of adherence in his own activity and upbringing. Through Feb. 17. 600 Accompaniment Drive, Exposition Park, Los Angeles, caamuseum.org.
“The Archival Impulse: 40 Years at LACE,” at Los Angeles A Exhibitions. LACE, the celebrated Los Angeles art atom that gave key shows to Mike Kelley and groups such as Survival Research Laboratories in the ’80s, is axis 40 — and to mark the occasion, the alignment has been dabbling about its emblematic attic (aka its archive) to see what it ability about-face up. This appearance gathers elements from that annal as able-bodied as video works by a ambit of Los Angeles artists, including Jim Shaw, Susan Mogul and Reza Abdoh. Through Feb. 24. 6522 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, welcometolace.org.
“A Journey That Wasn’t,” at the Broad museum. A accumulation appearance fatigued from the museum’s accumulating appearance assignment by added than 20 artists whose assignment dwells on the abstraction of time and its passage. This includes pieces by Ed Ruscha, Glenn Ligon and Sharon Lockhart and will affection the acknowledgment of the video accession “The Visitors,” by Ragnar Kjartansson, a absorbing multi-channel accession that appearance a accumulation of musicians arena a aggregate allotment while built-in in apartment of a corrupt mansion. In added words: a acceptable breach from the news. Through February. 221 S. Grand Ave., burghal Los Angeles, thebroad.org.
Ai Weiwei, “Life Cycle,” at the Marciano Art Foundation. This represents the aboriginal cogent institutional exhibition for the Chinese agitator artisan in Los Angeles and will accommodate iconic works such as “Sunflower Seeds,” Ai’s 2010 accession of bags of bowl pieces anxiously hand-painted to resemble seeds, as able-bodied as new works that argue with Europe’s advancing refugee crisis. Through March 3. 4357 Wilshire Blvd., Windsor Square, Los Angeles, marcianoartfoundation.org.
“The Notion of Family” at the California African American Museum. A accumulation exhibition spanning two centuries looks at depictions of the African American ancestors over time — in affectionate calm settings, but additionally in gatherings both clandestine and public. This includes aboriginal photographs, paintings, assets and added works by a array of high-profile artists, including Jacob Lawrence, Miguel Covarrubias, Carrie Mae Weems, John Biggers and others. Through March 3. 600 Accompaniment Drive, Exposition Park, Los Angeles, caamuseum.org.
“One Day at a Time: Manny Farber and Termite Art” at the Architectonics of A Art. In 1962, artisan and analyzer Manny Farber wrote an article blue-blooded “White Elephant Art vs. Termite Art,” which picks afar the excesses of market-oriented “white elephant” art and celebrates “termite art,” fabricated on a smaller, added claimed calibration and absorption abysmal charge and attention. This exhibition will affection added than 100 works by 30 artists aggressive by Farber’s abstraction of art as actuality about “observing and actuality in the world.” I accept this agency no sculptures by Jeff Koons. Through March 11. 250 S. Grand Ave., burghal Los Angeles, moca.org.
Rafael Cardenas, “Landscape and Land Dwellers: Photography of Place,” at La Plaza de Cultura y Artes. Cardenas is broadly accepted for his artery photography. In this new exhibition he brings calm a alternation of portraits and mural images that acquisition the affiliation amidst bodies and abode in Los Angeles. Through March 25. 501 N. Main St., burghal Los Angeles, lapca.org.
“West of Modernism: California Clear Design, 1975-1995,” at the Los Angeles County Architectonics of Art. A appearance fatigued from LACMA’s growing accumulating of architectonics chantry looks at a transformative moment in clear design, aback alone designers were acceptable added high-profile, the home computer was afraid up the agency in which architectonics could be produced and images were acceptable more burst and layered. Through April 21. 5905 Wilshire Blvd., Mid-Wilshire, Los Angeles, lacma.org.
“Auto-Didact: The Juxtapoz School,” at the Petersen Automotive Museum. Custom car ability has had a extensive access on American ability in general, including art, area representation, architectonics and finishes accept all had an influence. The appearance appearance works by Von Dutch, Sandow Birk, Gary Panter, Mister Cartoon, Robert Williams, Suzanne Williams and abounding others. Through June 2019. 6060 Wilshire Blvd., Mid-Wilshire, Los Angeles, petersen.org.
“L.A. Communities Through the Eyes of Artists,” in the Passageway Arcade at Abutment Station. For 15 years, L.A.’s arch alternation base has been showcasing assignment that reveals the burghal through the eyes of its artists. This year, it is assuming a alternation of anew commissioned pieces — including Shizu Saldamando’s delineation of Little Tokyo, Sam Pace on Leimert Park and Artemio Rodriguez on East L.A. On abiding view; no closing date set. Abutment Station, 800 N. Alameda St., burghal Los Angeles, metro.net.
Daniel Hawkins, “Desert Lighthouse.” The Los Angeles-based artisan is bedeviled with bearing works that toy with account of grandiosity, abortion and gestures that bound on the Sisyphean. (One of his goals as an artisan is to ultimately body a calibration replica of the Hoover Dam.) Now, Hawkins has installed a 50-foot tall, absolutely activity alarm in the Mojave Desert in the around of Barstow. The allotment alike appearance a ablaze to adviser travelers through this asperous landscape. Admonition and coordinates can be begin on the website. On abiding view, Hinkley, Calif., desertlighthouse.org.
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